I started October with a plan: I would watch as many scary movies as I could before Halloween. From the beginning, I knew it wasn’t realistic for me to watch 31 (one a day), but I thought I could manage 15-20 scary movies easily. I asked among my friends if they knew of any good … Continue reading October Challenge
I love exercising. I love sweating and feeling like your taking your body to the limit, where you can't give anymore. But, I'm sometimes not that consistent. I push myself too hard, exercising almost every day, until I take a break and, without me realizing it, that break becomes longer than I wish it had. … Continue reading A break…
I’ve always been a fan of TV series. Way before NETFLIX, I was the kind of person who would happily stay in on a weekend and catch up on a TV show. Back then we used to rent out a whole season on DVD and we would only have a couple of days to watch … Continue reading “Everyone”
I’ve always been a fan of nostalgia, the feeling of reliving a moment, remembering a time in our lives. I love looking at photo albums, reminiscing on old pastimes, movies from my childhood, or listening to songs and albums that take me back to specific moment in my life... I've never been a fan of … Continue reading Second time around.
I grew up surrounded by booklovers, avid readers that would devour books constantly. My parents, sister, grandmother, aunts, best friends... they would regularly talk about the latest book they were reading, the new trilogy from their favorite author, or the latest New York Times Best Seller... And I, I constantly felt like the "outsider", the … Continue reading At your own pace.
I few posts ago I shared with you my love for podcdasts and mentioned a few I listen to when I need a little "pick me up", podcasts that get me feeling good and inspire me to become a better person. This time I want to share with you some other favorite podcasts. They're completely … Continue reading PODCASTS: To get you hooked
In the beginning of 2019 I decided to follow Gretchen Rubin's lead and created a "19 for 2019" list. It was an idea she talked about in her podcast and I found it motivating to try out. It's similar to establishing New Year's Resolutions, but it's intended for you to set clear goals, sort of … Continue reading September, the other January.
We were taught to always finish what we started: our dinner plate, our after school classes, clubs we joined. We had to commit until the end. This built character and set the foundation for us to become responsible adults. Now, as adults, we feel bad anytime we want to quit something and feel the need … Continue reading It’s ok.
On December of last year I was going through a rough patch where I felt insecure about myself, my friendships, I doubted if I was fun to hang around... I know, it seems like things we would worry about in elementary school and shouldn't be feeling this as an adult. But I was. I began … Continue reading Unfollow
Nowadays, people seem to be in a constant competition over who's busier, who has the most meetings, appointments, social obligations... We're in a constant rush and we never have enough time for anything. Why do we feel the need to compete over who has the most packed agenda? Why do we thrive on living busy … Continue reading Make time to play.